Chevrolet is looking to turn heads at this year's Frankfurt Auto Show.
is getting two of their new concepts ready for their European debuts at next month's Frankfurt Auto Show. The Colorado Rally truck and Miray convertible concepts will make their way to Germany in grand fashion and have their photos taken many times. The Colorado Rally has already appeared at the Buenos Aires Auto Show a few months ago and it was so well received that the American automaker will bring it to Europe for Germany's premier auto event.
The Colorado Rally features four-wheel drive with 18-inch aluminum rims covered by 305/60R18 tires. The engine is a 2.8-liter turbodiesel which generates enough power to use the 5.5 horsepower winch. It also includes features such as a hydration pack and an 'air boost' system that allows quick refreshing of the air inside the cabin. The Miray first debuted at the Seoul Motor Show in March. The concept runs on two front-mounted battery-powered 15kW electric motors. The zero emissions sports car took its design cues from such legendary Chevy's like the 1963 Monza SS and the 1962 Corvair Super Spyder.
Carbon-fiber-reinforced plastics and carbon fiber make up the body while a pair of scissor doors gives the Miray an edgy look. The Miray also carries a 1.5-liter 4-cylinder turbocharged gasoline engine that can link up with the two electric engines for performance driving. The Frankfurt Auto Show begins in September. The Colorado Rally and Miray concepts will be a big part of Chevy's display during Germany's premier car show.